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2008Association between apolipoprotein E genotype and cerebral palsy is not confirmed in a caucasian populationMcMichael, G.; Gibson, C.; Goldwater, P.; Haan, E.; Priest, K.; Dekker, G.; MacLennan, A.
2005Associations between inherited thrombophilias, gestational age, and cerebral palsyGibson, C.; MacLennan, A.; Hague, W.; Haan, E.; Priest, K.; Chan, A.; Dekker, G.
2005The prevalence of inherited thrombophilias in a Caucasian Australian populationGibson, C.; MacLennan, A.; Rudzki, Z.; Hague, W.; Haan, E.; Sharpe, P.; Priest, K.; Chan, A.; Dekker, G.; Khong, T.
2009Genetic susceptibility to viral exposure may increase the risk of cerebral palsyDjukic, M.; Gibson, C.; MacLennan, A.; Goldwater, P.; Haan, E.; McMichael, G.; Priest, K.; Dekker, G.; Hague, W.; Chan, A.; Rudzki, Z.; van Essen, P.; Khong, T.; Morton, M.; Ranieri, E.; Scott, H.; Tapp, H.; Casey, G.
2013Rare copy number variation in cerebral palsyMcMichael, G.; Girirajan, S.; Moreno-De-Luca, A.; Gecz, J.; Shard, C.; Nguyen, L.; Nicholl, J.; Gibson, C.; Haan, E.; Eichler, E.; Martin, C.; MacLennan, A.
2011Comparison of DNA extraction methods from small samples of newborn screening cards suitable for retrospective perinatal viral researchMcMichael, G.; Highet, A.; Gibson, C.; Goldwater, P.; O'Callaghan, M.; Alvino, E.; MacLennan, A.
2012Cytomegalovirus and Epstein–Barr virus may be associated with some cases of cerebral palsyMcMichael, G.; MacLennan, A.; Gibson, C.; Alvino, E.; Goldwater, P.; Haan, E.; Dekker, G.
2006The association between inherited cytokine polymorphisms and cerebral palsyGibson, C.; MacLennan, A.; Goldwater, P.; Haan, E.; Priest, K.; Dekker, G.; Hague, W.; Morton, M.
2011Epidemiologic associations with cerebral palsyO'Callaghan, M.; MacLennan, A.; Gibson, C.; McMichael, G.; Haan, E.; Broadbent, J.; Goldwater, P.; Dekker, G.
2008Fetal exposure to herpesviruses may be associated with pregnancy-induced hypertensive disorders and preterm birth in a Caucasian populationGibson, C.; Goldwater, P.; MacLennan, A.; Haan, E.; Priest, K.; Dekker, G.